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Aze Ong
Art and life flow together, I live my art and I call them (Light) or realizations of experiences. I share these to everyone.
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Aze Ong May 10
Queen Azenith 7 May 2020
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Aze Ong Mar 30
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Aze Ong Mar 30
BLOOM 2020 exhibition continues virtually in IG: bloom2020works Happy women’s month!
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Aze Ong Mar 5
Me: Hi, i’m Queen Bitchtoria. Cherie: Excuse me, I am the Queen!
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Aze Ong Feb 21
Queen visits Bagong Pilipinas at PTV 4
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Aze Ong Feb 14
Pagbibigay pugay sa reyna!
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Aze Ong Jan 23
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Aze Ong Jan 19
Continuing with My Queen’s Crown, an experiential performance ascertaining the artist’s boundaries between the artwork and the self. A statement-imposing question from conversations with Midori Yamamura activating Queen at MoMaPS1 public sidewalk.
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Aze Ong Dec 30
Thank you 2019! Cheers to 2020!
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Aze Ong Dec 26
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Iori Kato Nov 25
"To fight for my art is exercising my right...as a woman, I am in control of my body and my choices.” Aze Ong used her Filipino textile art to describe pursuit of at . Read
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Aze Ong Oct 14
Replying to @reliablespice
Happy birthday Ian! We’re both libra....
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Aze Ong Sep 28
Replying to @reliablespice
You’re too young for botox Ian 😁
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Aze Ong Sep 9
Replying to @reliablespice
Ian, Claire and your friend, thank you so much for coming to our show. I know NY is very busy and appreciate your effort in making time. ❤️
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Aze Ong Sep 1
Replying to @reliablespice
Thanks for the shout out Ian! Making others happy is what I live for.
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Aze Ong 18 Apr 19
Replying to @LiwanagbyAzeOng
Video by Atsuko Yamagata
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Aze Ong 18 Apr 19
Kanlungan 11 April - 3 May 2019 at the Gallery, Intramuros
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Aze Ong 14 Apr 19
I am the Queen! Photo by Albert Labrador Crown by Atanas Atanasoski
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Aze Ong 21 Mar 19
Bound, 2019 “...Her distinct circular patterns of crocheted fiber intertwine with the woven textiles (as found objects) and combine in one harmonious whole, yet the totality of the work allowed cultural differences to be legible as a gesture of respect and wonder.”-Laya Boquiren
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Aze Ong 14 Mar 19
Replying to @ged_bliss
...of what has already been created. Textiles, because it is very commonly used everyday has been taken for granted, we forgot its importance- the very strong symbolisms & messages a nation understood.
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